Gnalla Kaatijin, Our Knowledge, is a suite of nine leadership programs that offers multiple entry points, so that all Noongar people can enjoy the prosperity and well-being derived through the dignified recognition and the community, corporate and cultural responsibility resulting from the Native Title Settlement.
Fullsky was invited to collaborated with the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC) Leadership team and Anne Dunn to consult with stakeholders, raise the funding and develop Gnalla Kaatitjin, Our Knowledge, Noongar Leadership Programs.
The sole aim of the The Gnalla Kaatitjin, our knowledge – Noongar Leadership Programs was to increase the capacity of all Noongar people to create a stronger future for all West Australians.
A formal partnership between SWALSC, Curtin University and Polytechnic West was announced in February 2013 and Gnalla Kaatitjin, Our Knowledge, Leadership Programs were delivered in 2014- 2015.
About the client
The South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC) is the native title representative body of the Noongar people, who are the traditional owners of the South West of Australia.
Image courtesy of South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council, design by Stormbox